Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said the state will soon adopt the Seechewal model of cleaning water in all its districts.
He said this after meeting noted environmentalist Balbir Singh Seechewal at his village. While visiting the sewerage treatment plant at Sultanpur Lodhi, Khattar said the country was in need of such system, especially in villages, where there was no way for water exit.
Khattar also visited the recharge plant at Sultanpur Lodhi.
Haryana, like other states, is also looking for ways to preserve water and to recharge it for repeated use. Earlier, a team of the Haryana Irrigation Department and sewerage board had visited Seechewal village to study the water management system.
Khattar spent around two hours at Sultanpur Lodhi and even visited the railway station to see the tree planation drive carried out by Seechewal. Later, he visited a gurdwara to pay obeisance